Its NOT a feature request but still a request. And i post this request in a POSITIVE manor because i think its one of the pilars to be competitive to other applications in a wider consumer-area.
Several new users are stunned by the lack of good tutorials to get comfortable and skilled with the toolset and its possibillities.
I have to say, at first look there are a ton of webinairs, tutorials, how to’s to find on the DxO supportwebsite.
Much more then i was used to, coming from Silkypix (panasonic thus…)
But running through all existing video’s and text tutorials i find my self in a place halve way the holy grail. (i grasp its posibilities but can’t find the real knowledge of how can i use it best)
This forum is also a good place to explore and gain knowledge but still the complains has some ground.(And this is just my opinion/observation)
- tutorials of things in local toolset: wel its officiously clear its new, the one’s there are are more commurcial then diving deep in how to use.
- google-ing “DxO subject” like “DxO primenoise” does seem to get no real hits of use.
or “DxO brushes” only 2018 is a commercialtutorial.
or DxO Mask… same out come.
Diving in the pdf manual wel again: against my other manual of SP i know its less detailed in it’s how it working and which setting does what exactly.
I know self study does the best learning but still:
Is it possible to make some new tutorials/updated one’s for the official website tailored to Photolab v1.2.x? (lot of things are there already but scattered around the versions of dxo optics and pl or to shallow explained and more commercial advertising then educational.)
for every toolset covering:(by text: manual, by video: tutorial)
- How it works.
- which setting go best with what.
- what does the magic want for you and what not
- for the more difficult tools like filmpacks manual sliders (not the preset filters) and local correction tools is it best to do some showing how it can be used.
(ive mentioned R.W. and his NIKcollection video’s which i found very informative and easy to follow.)
(ok now i hope not be kicked in the stomach by this horse i placed in the hallway by put some light on it and give it a push…)